What hope is there for the future when the average child is sick? We’re going to find out, because that’s today’s reality—thanks to the vaccines of rapacious pharmaceutical corporations that couldn’t care less.
by Heidi Stevenson
Many of us have known, simply because of observation, that children are no longer healthy. Now, a scientific study documents what we’re seeing. The average child is now sick, chronically ill. It doesn’t bode well for the future of the United States, and is almost certainly true of other developed nations.
The nature of illness now isn’t the sort of thing that once brought temporary discontinuation of play for a minor childhood disease. Now, the illnesses plaguing children are ones that will likely dog them for the rest of their lives, making their lives both poorer and shorter. This is the gift that modern medicine has brought us—and this is the issue on which it needs to be judged.
The big question is why hasn’t this been headline news? Wouldn’t people want to know? But the fact is that the study isn’t new. It was published in 2010. Everything about it is clearly intended to hide the truth.
The study’s title, “A National and State Profile of Leading Health Problems and Health Care Quality for US Children: Key Insurance Disparities and Across-State Variations” gives the impression that the issue is primarily insurance variances.
The study’s conclusion doesn’t mention this disastrous news:
Findings emphasize the importance of health care insurance duration and adequacy, health care access, chronic condition management, and other quality of care goals reflected in the 2009 CHIPRA legislation and the ACA. Despite disparities, similarities for public and privately insured children speak to the pervasive nature of availability, coverage, and access issues for mental health services in the United States, as well as the system-wide problem of care coordination and accessing specialist care for all children. Variations across states in key areas amenable to state policy and program management support cross-state learning and improvement efforts.
There isn’t a single word about the epidemic of ill health in children! Yet, that’s precisely what the study clearly documents. It most assuredly does show the disastrous state of American children’s health.
Overall, the study reported that 43% of children suffer from at least one of the 20 conditions considered—when obesity and developmental delays are not included. That is is over 32 million children whose health is damaged!
If you add in all those children they’ve classified as obese or “at risk for developmental delays”, as the study states, the number is 54.1%. The conditions they considered are shown in the graph to the right, which was produced for the study.
And notice that those figures do not include children with lupus, or gut diseases like ulcerative colitis and Crohn’s, or multiple sclerosis (not well known but noted as starting during the teens in many cases), or arthritis. And note, too, that it doesn’t include the excessive number of deaths among babies that happen in America, including sudden infant death syndrome. The reality is even worse than this study has documented.
The real question, though, is why is this happening? And why isn’t it well reported? Surely a society that hopes to have a future recognizes that the health of children is critical. Yet, this society is ignoring it—head-in-sand willfully pretending that nothing is wrong.
This won’t surprise parents of autistic children. They live with this reality every single day. They know that children are sick. So do teachers and anyone else who works with children on a regular basis. They see the carnage. They see the asthmatics whose breath has been stolen. They see the diabetics injecting themselves everyday. They see the results of allergies and neurological disorders and, most of all, they see all the children who simply cannot function in a manner that was considered normal just a couple of decades ago.
Certainly, there are issues of pollution and toxin exposures. But the fact is, as most parents of autistic kids fully understand, there’s an elephant in the room that isn’t being considered: vaccinations.
The fact that vaccinations have been clearly tied to diabetes is deniable only to those whose incomes depend on Big Pharma and their lackeys.
The fact that vaccinations cause autoimmune disorders is now documented, along with the mechanism of how they do it.
The fact that aluminum adjuvants in vaccines trigger autism is now well studied.
The fact that countries that vaccinate more have higher rates of infant mortality is well documented.
There is no credible explanation for sudden infant death syndrome other than vaccinations.
In the face of all that evidence, there can be little doubt that the primary cause of our children’s chronic ill health is vaccines. Yet, our so-called health agencies—that alphabet soup of FDA, CDC, NIH, and so forth—completely deny any possible connection. They blame anything and everything else, from the age of parents to genetics to the environment, about which they do nothing, anyway. They refuse to do the studies that would document, once and for all, whether vaccines are at the root of this epidemic of chronic disease.
There can be no reason other than not wanting to find out. They’re comfortable in their cozy offices and fine homes, all gained off the backs of our children:
All these and more are involved in the coverup and promotion of vaccines and, therefore, the destruction of the health of our children and, thereby, the future of us all.
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